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”One account, muslim.couples, is based in Germany and has over 10,000 followers.
He was scrolling through pictures on his phone when he came across a woman living in the south of France who had taken a photo of herself in high heels, wearing a Wu-Tang Clan T-shirt and a turban wrapped around her hair.
Nilly Dahlia, a UK-based vlogger, says: "I use the hashtag #Muslim Couple because I want to break the barriers on people’s perception about Muslim marriages. Many more women – who are often well-educated, professional, and older – attend Muslim marriage events than men.“Getting married and staying married is one of the biggest contemporary issues facing Muslim diasporas,” Ahmad writes in an article titled “British Muslims’ relationship crisis”.
“Yet it is an issue that many mosques, Muslim organisations, secular legal and welfare services are failing to offer adequate support for.”Ahead of Valentine's Day, the City Circle, a network for professional Muslims in London, held a discussion in central London titled "Getting hitched: removing the barriers to Muslim marriages".
The owner of the account romantic_muslim_couple told Buzz Feed News in broken English: "Instagram isn't a place to fall in love.
The couples I post everyone is halal couple with legal marriage!!